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    How graph y=[x]?

    If someone were to ask me how i got the graph and explain what would i say? I don't understand.. plz help.
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    wrong equation

    the correct one is y=[-x] how would i graph this? and how do i know its the way it is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FinalFantasy9291 View Post
    the correct one is y=[-x] how would i graph this? and how do i know its the way it is?
    are you using [] to represent absolute value signs? because you actually have those on your keyboard | |
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    No those would be brackets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FinalFantasy9291 View Post
    No those would be brackets.
    what do your brackets mean here?
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    It means the greatest integer. Kind of like or similar to Piecewise and referred to as a step function
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    Quote Originally Posted by FinalFantasy9291 View Post
    It means the greatest integer. Kind of like or similar to Piecewise and referred to as a step function
    see here
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